Next Generation Social CMS Enables Internal Social Collaboration and External Communities Fully Integrated with Robust Web Platform
San Mateo, CA – May 30, 2012 – DotNetNuke Corp. today announced the immediate availability of DotNetNuke (DNN) 6.2, a social CMS that provides organizations the tools they need to easily configure and deploy powerful internal social collaboration solutions and online communities for customers, partners and employees. This latest version of DotNetNuke builds on the already strong Web Content Management System (WCMS) capabilities that have made it the leading Web content solution in the Microsoft ecosystem.
The new release allows businesses to quickly build internal social networks to improve collaboration, communication and employee productivity. It also facilitates the creation of external communities that turn customers into advocates, lowering support costs and increasing revenue opportunities. “As one of the most popular independent websites in Canada, we needed a web content solution that seamlessly supported a modern community model,” said Maggie Leithead, CEO of CharityVillage, Canada’s supersite for the non-profit worker. “We chose DotNetNuke because the social software on the market today wasn’t good enough on its own. We would have had to bolt on point solutions to get the integrated community experience we now have for our members, combined with an easy-to-use content management system for our staff. DotNetNuke is making us more efficient and allowing us to adapt faster to the needs of our community.”
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